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    Something Different From Jonathan Scott

    I am cheating a bit here. This is not a pipe organ but talented organist Jonathan Scott plays the Totentanz by Sigfrid Karg-Elert on a 1908 Art Harmonium by Mustel, Paris at Victoria Hall, Saltaire.

    Totentanz (Dance of Death) is the second of two 'Orchestral Studies' for Art Harmonium written by Karg-Elert in 1907.

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    Well many of us would consider it "among organs types". Yes I always enjoy Johnathan as well as his duo work with his brother. Very talented youngmen.Thanks for posting this one too. Many of us may wish we had one around if the Dec 2012 event distroys the power grid. I do remember playing a few in my early days..no pedal except for pumping air...LOL
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    Hi Rob,

    Never heard that piece - What a treat to hear such richness aptly played!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corno Dolce View Post
    Hi Rob,

    Never heard that piece - What a treat to hear such richness aptly played!!!
    Never heard too, and it is a very nice piece.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    This is aesthetically an awesome peice.......of musical instrument....

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    You know you have reached Middle Age when it takes you longer to rest up than it did to get tired.


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